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iKreativ says
<?php 
global $post;
include(ABSPATH . './wp-content/themes/voucher-wp/rss-'.$post->post_name.'.php'); ?>
?>
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iKreativ says

Hello All,

I want to ask what theme does the themeforest website is using itself? I mean the theme of the original website www.themeforest.com and not the themes in it for sale.

Looking for your reply

Ruby on Rails

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iKreativ says

It is nowhere near the standard for the .PSD category.

With .PSD’d you have to give the customer something that can’t easily create in HTML . Why would someone buy this as a .PSD when they could go buy an equivalent HTML template?

You’re going to need to really improve everything in order to be approved in the .PSD category.

-Scott

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iKreativ says


You can use JS too. Just set the screen width less than or equal to and the redirect location.
<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
if (screen.width <= 320) {
document.location = "mobile.html";
}
//-->
</script>

This is perhaps one of the sloppiest piece of code i’ve seen.

use this instead: http://code.google.com/p/php-mobile-detect/ there’s always a way around this method, but it works perfectly.

Well go tell Chris Coyier of CSS Tricks, it’s his code. I use my own PHP script.

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iKreativ says

No.

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iKreativ says

It’s just too basic man. Take it back to the drawing board and make it more creative. Take some inspiration from Dribbble and make it stand out!

-Scott

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iKreativ says

Overall this just feels rushed and not finished.

-Scott

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iKreativ says

You can use JS too. Just set the screen width less than or equal to and the redirect location.

<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
if (screen.width <= 320) {
document.location = "mobile.html";
}
//-->
</script>
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iKreativ says

It’s far too basic, bad use of whitespace and the typography and spacing needs work.

Scott

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iKreativ says


To me the text is too big…
for the first time I am disagree with you. Text is readable, finally, victory!

Yes it is readable, which is nice. BUT , it’s not comparative to the design, either make it smaller or upscale the design.

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